Korea Fusion

100 Million Degrees — Korean Fusion Energy Project Maintains Plasma Operation For Nearly 30 Seconds

A Korean-based fusion energy project maintained its plasma operation at 100 million degrees Celsius for nearly 30 seconds, according to Business Korea. The¬† business site reports that the National Fusion Research Institute announced the latest achievement of Korea Superconducting Tokamak Advanced Research (KSTAR) project. It’s a key milestone for the project that wants to replicate …

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